Winter Wonderland

The forest & fields in their white winter cloak are a place of magic & sublime beauty. Grab your skis or snowshoes & adventure along the park’s groomed ski trails and natural back-country trails.  Ski passes are required for the groomed trails - available from the Woodstock Nordic Center. Check out our winter weekend programs to learn about the snowy inhabitants & history of this storied landscape Read More

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Snowshoe and Ski in the Park this winter

Boots to Boats: Snowshoe & Ski

FREE winter recreation programs for all – including equipment. Some sessions sponsored by a grant from the National Parks Foundation.

Bird tracks in the snow

Animal Tracking - Jan 21 & Feb 25 9-Noon

Who’s walking through my backyard? Come and learn the tracks and signs of many common Vermont mammals.

Snowy tree in winter

Trees in Poetry, from Antiquity to Today

Join us January 28 1:30-3:00pm for an interactive learning and writing session.

Snowshoers walking in snow

Snowshoe: South Peak of Mount Tom

Join us for snowshoeing - RESCHEDULED -- > Feb 11, 10am-1pm (Jan 14 CANCELLED due to conditions)

First aid backpack

Wilderness First Aid Training Feb 11-12

Register for 2-day Wilderness First Aid Training Wrkshp and learn basics of backcountry medical care

Winter painting and walking workshop

Winter Walk Journal: Sketch or Paint

Feb 18 1-4 Join park’s 2016 Artist-in-Residence, Plein air painter Joan Hoffman

Introduction to snow shoeing and cross-country skiiing

Intro to Winter Recreation Feb 18 10-2

Course will introduce basic snowshoeing and Nordic skiing skills to beginners Registration required

landscape snow sculpture

Landscape Snow Sculpture Feb 25 1-3pm

Great for all ages! Join us at the park's Forest Center

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

54 Elm Street
Woodstock , VT 05091


(802) 457-3368 x222
Main phone number for park directory.

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